Olivier Leflaive Bourgogne Cuvée Margot 2006
This ample and powerful wine is produced in the villages of Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet. The vineyard rests on a side of the Rachet hill but with virtually no incline and the ratio of clay to chalk (subsoil) is greater than that in adjoining parcels. These are rich and full wines with an ageing potential of ten years or more.
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Wine Tasting NotesThis Chablis is blended from grapes bought from contract growers and carefully vinified at Olivier Leflaives winery. The cuve is a blend of grapes from both sides of the Serein River, thus the name Deux Rives or Two Banks. Most of the vines utilized to make this wine are more than 30 years old and the grapes are manually harvested. The success of this Chablis is based in its quality and expression of terroir.
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